Mitsubishi Lancer Owners Manual

Steering control switch
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Mitsubishi Lancer: Steering control switch.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Steering control switch. 1- Volume up button

1- Volume up button
2- Volume down button
3- SPEECH button
4- PICK-UP button
5- HANG-UP button

Volume up button

Press this button to increase the volume.

Volume down button

Press this button to decrease the volume.

SPEECH button

► Press this button to change to voice recognition mode.

While the system is in voice recognition mode, “Listening” will appear on the audio display.

► If you press the button briefly while in voice recognition mode, it will interrupt prompting and allow voice command input.

Pressing the button longer will deactivate the voice recognition mode.

► Pressing this button briefly during a call will enable voice recognition and allow voice command input.

PICK-UP button

► Press this button when an incoming call is received to answer the telephone.

► When another call is received during a call, press this button to put the first caller on hold and talk to the new caller.

• In such circumstances, you can press the button briefly to switch between callers.

You will switch to the first caller and the other caller will be put on hold.

• To establish a three-way call in such situations, press the SPEECH button to enter voice recognition mode and then say “Join calls”.

HANG-UP button

► Press this button when an incoming call is received to refuse the call.

► Press this button during a call to end the current call.

When another call is on hold, you will switch to that call.

► If this button is pressed in the voice recognition mode, the voice recognition mode will be deactivated.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Steering control switch. ► When you press the SPEECH button to enter voice recognition mode with a cellular Note

► When you press the SPEECH button to enter voice recognition mode with a cellular phone paired to the system, current information on the cellular phone, such as “remaining battery life,” “signal strength” or “roaming,” will be displayed on the audio display.
: Some cellular phones will not send this information to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.
► Call waiting and three-way calls can be used by the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, only if it is possible to use those services with your cellular phone.


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